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A MASTERPIECE OF MAGIC PROPORTIONS
on 30 January 2012
A new Andy Shepperd album is always well worth a listen,and the nomadic,hard working maestro r eturns to form with this release,after the slightly disappointing "Movements in Colour".
This is typically an ECM recording and production,with unbelivable clarity,Sheppard swoops and swerves to glorious effect like an eagle soaring at hights that are very rarely achieved.
The tunes are delicately played,with infusions of melody that are truly gorgious,which even say,Jan Garbarek would find hard to believe,how can a musician play like this?
As usual,for an ECM release,the trio format works wonderfully well,beautiful bass playing throughout ,and, very subtle drums.
This is without doubt Andy,Michel and Sebastian playing at their best
ANDY SHEPPARD.....TENOR AND SOPRANO SAX
MICHEL BENITA.....DOUBLE BASS
This is Andy's best album since "Nocturnal tourist"
buy this and fall under its spell.